27th Annual Conference of The International Environmetrics Society

Events

  • 24 July - 26 July 2017
  • Bergamo, Italy
  • Organiser: TIES
  • Event Details

The 27th Annual Conference of The International Environmetrics Society will be held 24-26 July 2017 at the University of Bergamo, Italy.

The tradition of the annual TIES conference is renewed in 2017 by this annual TIES conference as a satellite of the 61st World Statistics Congress of the International Statistical Institute, which well be held in Marrakesh. Moreover, the tradition of collaboration with other scientific institutions is carried on by joining with the GRASPA 2017 conference. The conference focus on climate and environment is intended to be inclusive of members' scientific interests and to attract new climate and environmental scientists.

CONFERENCE TOPICS

Statistical methods and applications for:
•Climate change assessment and monitoring
•Climate change monitoring of/impact on
•Environment
•Ecological systems
•Atmospheric variables
•Meteorology
•Water bodies
•Desertification
•Food sustainability, availability and security
•Human health
•Population and migration
•Economics and Finance
•Atmospheric measurements, including in-situ and satellite based
•Statistics and remote sensing
•Spatial and spatio-temporal modelling
•Functional, directional and complex data
•Official statistics for Climate change

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